In this brief article, in-house counsel can learn about the two main provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and how it impacts their law departments within the the United States.
In this quick overview for in-house counsel, learn about the basics of blockchain and what key legal and practical aspects in-house counsel should consider: What blockchain is, why it is important, what industries will be impacted, which companies are leaders, what role the legal department can play, and what questions in-house counsel can ask to mitigate risks and help guide business decisions regarding blockchain with a global perspective.
Machine Learning. Deep Learning. Data Mining. Predictive Analytics. Natural Language Processing.
These are the buzzwords used to describe the pivotal artificial intelligence (AI) space. Companies in every industry, from automotive and electronics to financial services, health care and life sciences, are working to deploy these advanced technology methods in order to bring their innovations to the next level. AI can help pathologists identify diseases, and physicians better assess brain health. It can help bankers automate back-office processes, create more lifelike chatbots, and improve fair lending practices. It can process and collect data more efficiently, protect from cyberattacks, and improve driver safety. As with any disruptive technology, however, this AI race to the moon comes with its share of risks and challenges. Are you prepared to address the various issues that this new technology may bring?
When developing a records retention schedule or creating a data map, it is often useful to create an inventory of all the types of information in the enterprise. This article provides an overview of how to inventory that information.
While there a number of similarities between California’s CCPA and the European Union’s General Data Protection Requirements (GDPR), there are also a number of differences. This is an article providing an overview of these details.
Sometimes organizations want to refer to outside records management and Information Governance standards and frameworks to ensure their program is both meeting standards as well as industry best practices. The table below details the more prominent frameworks and standards.
If you have your records management policies and processes, Information Governance roadmap, tools, and technology in place, you may think you are done. We are not there yet. The most overlooked and critical piece of records management and large Information Governance programs is employee behavior change management.
The need to defensibly dispose of information is clear. Why is it so difficult for companies to proceed with confidence? There are several common roadblocks.
In-house counsel are ideally placed within their organizations to lead and coordinate a risk management approach for business development and market entry. This brief overview examines risk assessment for in-house counsel working with firms based in the Middle East.